A set of lessons to complete the bonding unit I have here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12542237
Lesson 1: Electron arrangement recap
Lesson 2: Metallic and covalent bonding recap
Lesson 3: Ionic bonding diagrams (w/s used found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ionic-bonding-differentiated-ws-11071574)
Lesson 4: Continued practice (w/s extension found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/working-out-ionic-formula-11984397)
Lesson 5: Ionic properties including model uses (extra resources including card sort found here for free https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12056725)
Lesson 6: Reactivity of metals
Lesson 7: Displacement reactions
Lesson 8: Ionic equations (higher only)
Lesson 8/9: Molten electrolysis
Lesson 9/10: Aqueous electrolysis
A full unit that covers the trilogy part of the AQA Chemical analysis unit (foundation and higher), this was taught to sets 1-3 so has some differentiation in the exam questions/tasks.
I will edit this with every lesson that I make until the unit is complete.
Lesson 1: Pure substances
Lesson 2: Formulations
Lesson 3: Chromatography introduction
Lesson 4: Rf values
Lesson 5: required practical
Lesson 6: tests for gases
Lesson 7: revision
A unit that covers the first half of the bonding topic covering the following lessons (made for low ability):
Lesson 1: Covalent bonding
Lesson 2: Drawing covalent bonds
Lesson 3: Small covalent molecules
Lesson 4: Giant covalent molecules (fact find for students to complete)
Lesson 5: Diamond vs Graphite
Lesson 6: Fullerenes
Lesson 7: Nanoparticles
Lesson 8: Metals
Lesson 9: Metallic bonds
Lessond 10: Metallic bonding and properties of metals
Lesson 11: Alloys
Second part of the unit can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12581485
A set of 8 lessons for mixed ability students with a load of practicals throughout.
Lesson 1: Symbols
Lesson 2: drawing circuits
Lesson 3: Building circuits (Prac lesson)
Lesson 4: Current and Voltage in series and parallel circuits
Lesson 5: Prac lesson to demonstrate
Lesson 6: V=IR
Lesson 7: Static electricity (VDG Demo)
Lesson 8: Static practical
A set of lessons fully resourced for KS3 for the reproduction topic covering human and plant reproduction.
Lesson 1: Female reproduction (ppt and w/s)
Lesson 2: Male reproduction (ppt and w/s)
Lesson 3: Puberty (ppt)
Lesson 4: Fertilisation and conception (Ppt)
Lesson 5: Contraception (ppt and w/s) (might not want to teach this depending on when in KS3 taught?)
Lesson 5: Foetus development (ppt and w/s)
Lesson 6: Pregnancy issues drugs, alcohol, smoking (ppt, fact find, w/s)
Lesson 7: Plant reproduction (ppt and w/s)
Lesson 8: Pollination and seed dispersal (ppt)
Lesson 9: Design a flower and seed (adaptations)
Set of lessons that have covered the unit 8 digestive system assignment C. This was taught over double lessons (2hrs) with access to IT for lesson 2 so might need splitting up if you teach in single lessons.
Lesson 1: Digestive system function and parts
Lesson 2: Enzymes and what they break down
Lesson 3: Absorption of nutrients and methods of absorption
Lesson 4: Nutrient uses and deficiencies
Lesson 5 (only 1 hour): Diseases that affect the digestive system and lead to deficiencies
Lesson 6: Food tests
Help sheet given to students with bullet pointed structure for assignment completion.
Atomic structure and the periodic table have been split into two units - this is the second half of the unit
Lesson 1: Solids/liquids/gases
Lesson 2: Changes of state
Lesson 3: Graph state changes - linked to latent heat in physics
Lesson 4: Patterns in the periodic table
Lesson 5: Histroy of the periodic table
Lesson 6: Group 1
Lesson 7: Metals and non-metals
Lesson 8: Group 7
Lesson 9: Group 0
Also included: Glossary, answers, prior knowledge check, test and markscheme
A set of lessons used to teach the unit 3 content for the exam about the diffusion practical. These have been taught in 2 hour sessions so may need breaking up if you have shorter lessons.
Lesson 1 + 2 = Practical introduction (method evaluation focus)
Lesson 3 + 4 = Practical Part A (practice with agar)
Lesson 5 + 6 = Part B practice
Lesson 7+ 8 = Part A + B in new format practice
A set of lessons that can be used for triple and trilogy students (higher and foundation) for the unit of using resources.
Reduse, reuse, recycle and corrosion powerpoints are not included as it is purchased from a seller.
A complete unit for the atomic structure part of the 1st unit in Chemistry
Lesson 1: Atoms, elements, compounds and mixtures
lesson 2: conservation of mass and balancing
Lesson 3: History of atomic models
Lesson 4: Comparing models
Lesson 5: Subatomic particles
Lesson 6: Electron configuration
Lesson 7: Modelling atoms using paper plates and counters
Lesson 8: Drawing atoms
Lesson 9: Size of atoms and isotopes
Lesson 10: Relative atomic mass and isotopes
Lesson 11: Relative formula mass
Lesson 12: % composition mass - worksheet used in lesson found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/differentiated-worksheet-on-percentage-composition-by-mass-11538849
Student spec sheet
Key word match up activity
SLOP booklet + questions
A set of lessons used to teach the unit 3 content for the exam about the fuels practical. These have been taught in 2 hour sessions so may need breaking up if you have shorter lessons.
Lesson 1 + 2: Intro to the specification, combustion, word + symbol equations, pollutants from fuels
Lesson 3 + 4: Moles, mole calcs, energy calculations, calories
Lesson 5 + 6: practical trial (SAMS) + Modeling drawing tables and graphs from data
Lesson 7 + 8: Write up of Part B (SAMS and 2017)
A unit of lessons and worksheets that have been used to cover all the foundation topics in the AQA trilogy quantitiative chemistry unit. I have taught these lessons with a bottom set who are very weak, so lots of going over concepts and revisiting and practice.
Also taught to top set triple and the extra lessons are tacked on the end
Relative formula mass
Balancing equations (this spanned 2 hours)
Conservation of mass
A unit that can be used for trilogy or triples.
Early atmosphere (powerpoint and cut and stick)
Atmosphere now (powerpoint, pie chart outlines, exam questions)
How carbon dioxide decreased (powerpoint and match up activity)
Combustion and pollution (powerpoint, use of whiteboards)
Greenhouse gases, effect and carbon footprint (powerpoint)
Key word match up and answers
Test and markscheme
Optional timeline creating lesson
These lessons have been taught in double lessons (2 hours) so may need splitting up for shorter lessons.
Lesson 1+2: Intro to unit 3, examples of part A and B to introduce, introduction of the 5 key practicals, start of electricity, symbols, and a chance to make circuits.
Lesson 3 + 4: Part B possible analysis questions, introduction to all the equations that could come up, a practice of Part A Jan 2019 (not included as still locked on edexcel online).
Lesson 5 + 6: Part B possible graph questions, variables, errors (%) and evaluation, a practice of section 1 of Part B Jan 2019 (not included as still locked on edexcel online).
Lesson 7 + 8: Part B possible section 2 questions, planning a method, a practice of section 2 of Part B Jan 2020 (not included as still locked on edecxcel online)